As you noticed earlier this week, I designed three holiday tablescapes at the Williams Sonoma store in Asheville. You have already seen one of my three tables but today you will see the remaining two!
I love the combination of green and blue for a twist on a fall Thanksgiving table. Not your typical color pallet, but fresh and crisp, with this lovely French floral pattern for the tablecloth and napkins. I like to layer these woven green placemats for a different texture that the table linens.
Vintage cobalt vases and votives (above), combine with antique flow blue plates and a flow blue centerpiece and then for a collected table, we have added one of my favorite Williams Sonoma patterns, Brasserie-Blue. I could not resist purchasing this little blue and white erasable menu board which is great for both informal and formal menus. It is quick and gives guests an idea of what is in store!
I adore the lovely shade of green in the Emile Henry mini pie dishes! They would be perfect for an appetizer tart!
For a non-traditional Thanksgiving placecard, go with a bright blue and white card sitting on a cute white turkey!
The last table is a more traditional Thanksgiving themed table, set with Williams Sonoma’s lovely new pattern of turkey plates! (Estate Turkey Dinner Plates)
These new turkey plates(above) keep company with my antique chocolate bread and butter plates. I love the warmth of copper and couldn’t resist picking a large copper stock pot(below) from the Williams Sonoma inventory to use for creating my fall centerpiece for this table.
I combined ‘Organic Tortoise’ glassware from Williams Sonoma with their beautiful ‘Dorset Water Glass’ stemware.
Don’t forget how I feel about guest favors!… In this case, I used copper turkey cookie cutters(above) that make a perfect holiday favor!
I want to say a huge ‘thank you’ to John Ortell (below, on left) and his wonderful staff for allowing me to create these collected holiday tablescapes!
I was fortunate to have Leah Rice (below), designer and marketing coordinator here at Kathryn Greeley Designs to help me with a “totally collected event”!